Which Football Team Has The Most Fanatic Fans? [Infographic]

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Did you know that Liverpool’s supporters are the loudest of the Premier League? They can go up to 97 decibels when watching their team play at Anfield and in other stadiums across England. However, one of the noisiest and truly unforgettable moments of all happens when the fans sing the unmistakable theme “You’ll Never Walk Alone”.

This song, which is today considered Liverpool’s anthem, was composed by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II for their 1945 musical entitled “Carousel”. It was sung in the original presentation by Christine Johnson and also appeared in the film version, where it was interpreted by Claramae Turner and Shirley Jones. As you can see, the theme has been chanted by several famous personalities, but none of these can even come close to the grand talent shown by the supporters of Liverpool at Anfield. At least, that’s the club’s opinion, of course.

That being said, the Kopites have a good reason to be the loudest football supporters in the country, especially during a season like this one, which is being celebrated as an amazing recovery for Liverpool.

Nevertheless, the British fanaticism regarding this traditional sport doesn’t stop here. On the other side, it’s a rather long and detailed story that is worth knowing better. Luckily, this cool infographic has shortened the facts in numbers and gives you a visual analysis of how people support their favorite clubs in England.

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While some numbers and events are funny, some are more serious. Did you know, for instance, that Cardiff City has the most aggressive fans in the country? Believe us, the people who found out this fact didn’t have a good time. However, you don’t need to worry about these details. You can simply lay back and enjoy the information this infographic has to share with its readers.


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